Jeremy Siegel Quotes


7 Jeremy Siegel quotes:



"[Neither, however, should they expect Buffett's advancing age to have much effect on the share price.] Everyone knows he's not going to live forever, ... That's built into the price.... The market is thinking, maybe he's got five to 10 years.... If we knew that Buffett was going to live forever, maybe the stock would be 10% higher."
"I think that certainly this preoccupies us today, but I think the economic factors are overriding when considering the direction of the market."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Direction Quotes
"He's obviously a very bright man. He looks at things very rationally. He doesn't like to get his emotions involved."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Emotions Quotes
"[Jeremy Siegel, a professor of finance at the Wharton School, sees the year-long sell-off as a rational response to fast-weakening corporate profits. And he says the worst may not be over.] I don't think (tech stocks) are cheap, ... But they are closer to true value."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Finance Quotes
"[At 74, Buffett says he is in excellent health and has no plans to retire. Nor has he named a successor. But if he did leave the company, what would happen to it? Buffett is universally viewed as the key to Berkshire's fine performance.] He's obviously a very bright man, ... He looks at things very rationally. He doesn't like to get his emotions involved."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Health Quotes
"I don't think (tech stocks) are cheap. But they are closer to true value."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Value Quotes
"That's very frustrating, but earnings are still what it's all about. Investors look at annual performance, and they're not always patient to sit with a company for a long time."
Author: Siegel Quotes Category: Performance Quotes



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